Definition of unanimity
: the quality or state of being unanimous
Examples of unanimity in a Sentence
in a rare moment of unanimity the club members decided to throw a party for themselves
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For those whose memories only date back to the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, this opposition-party unanimity might seem normal.
The statement by Kasich, who pushed through Medicaid expansion in Ohio, could be significant as Senate Republicans seek near unanimity on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Republican governor's statement could prove significant as Senate Republicans try to find near unanimity on a bill to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement.
Hartley said there is no guarantee that the council's unanimity will last.
Lawmakers questioned whether such unanimity would be possible in the atmosphere of furious partisan acrimony that’s overtaken Washington.
With near unanimity, my never-Trump friends confess a sense of relief.
Their unanimity—contrasted with the roughly even division among Clinton-district Republicans outside of California—was especially noteworthy because nearly four million people in California have gained coverage under the ACA.
There’s an outside chance, floating on the distant horizon, that Trump’s unpopularity and disinterest in partisan loyalty might actually break down some of the partisan unanimity that’s guided Washington in recent years.
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